Needless to say, we didn't go out again," said Sabrina, 32.In today’s 100 mile and hour whirlwind lives of ours it is harder than ever to meet the right person.They want to be listened to, respected and engaged with.There will be plenty of time for them get to know you, just wait your turn and reveal more about you when the time calls for it.Imagine that for every minute you are delayed your date will be thinking about how the possibility of them being stood up.You’ll have left them in the restaurant or bar looking at their watch feeling self-conscious about everyone watching them sitting there alone. Your date does not, I repeat NOT want to hear all about you.
When time is limited and you are dealing with everyday stresses it’s hard to put your dating cap on and be on your top form, that’s why when you do get the chance you’ve got to make sure you make an impression as it may be your only chance to impress Mr. Behold my friends……the 15 do’s and don’ts when dating.If you’re meeting for the first time it’s likely you’ll find out a lot about your date that you never knew.Some of it may be of interest to you, some not, but act like you are interested.Speak less and show your interest by listening more.
It may sound obvious, but if you're going on a first date (especially if it's a blind date), be sure to get his first name before getting together.
"I went on an entire date with a law student I met in college and didn't remember his name.